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Dental Problems We Can Help You With
Bruxism is the persistent grinding or clenching of teeth that commonly happens when one is asleep. At Timberlands Dental Clinic, we provide night guards and bruxism treatment to protect teeth and address bruxism.
A foul odour from your mouth can negatively affect your self-confidence, social life, and overall health. With our highly-effective dental treatments such as scale and clean, tooth extraction, gum disease treatment and dental fillings, we can help you manage your bad breath to improve your quality of life.
Having bleeding gums is a sign of several common oral and health conditions, so prompt treatment is needed when it is observed. To prevent bleeding gums from worsening and leading to more serious problems, we offer our patients scale and clean and gum disease treatment.
Gum disease results in the gradual loss of attachment of the tooth to the bone, making it one of the common causes of tooth loss. Through scale and clean, gum disease treatment, tooth extractions and wisdom teeth removal, we can help prevent gum disease from worsening leading to the preservation of their natural teeth.
A dry socket occurs when the blood clot is not formed or is dislodged after a tooth extraction, leading to pain, swelling and infection. When this complication arises, our emergency dentists are prepared to provide our patients with the necessary relief through high-quality treatments.
Stained teeth refer to teeth discolouration resulting from frequent drinking of coffee, tea, wine or smoking cigarettes and tobacco. We can help patients regain their brighter and whiter smiles with teeth whitening, dental veneers, crowns, and smile makeovers.
Like bleeding gums, tooth sensitivity is also a sign of some of the most common oral problems, including tooth decay, tooth wear, erosion, defective tooth fillings and tooth grinding. With a proper scale and clean, and dental fillings, tooth sensitivity can be prevented from causing further pain and serious dental problems.
Crooked or crowded teeth result from insufficient space for the teeth and usually lead to an increased risk of tooth decay, gum disease, bite problems and teeth grinding. At Timberland Dental Clinic, we offer dental veneers, crowns, smile makeovers and clear aligners to address crooked teeth and provide our patients with a beautiful and healthier smile.
Tooth gaps are spaces between teeth called diastema, and they increase one's risk of having tooth decay and gum disease. With dental veneers, dental crowns, clear aligners or smile makeover treatments, we can help patients close these gaps and have improved oral health.
Bite problems usually result from having crooked teeth, missing teeth, impacted teeth or other bad oral habits. Unmanaged, they do not only cause dental problems but speech and eating problems as well. Timberlands Dental Clinic offers treatments for bite problems, including smile makeovers, clear aligners, tooth extraction, and wisdom teeth removal.
A severe toothache can significantly affect someone's quality of life, and their common causes include tooth decay, impacted wisdom teeth, defective dental fillings and teeth sensitivity. Your dentist can relieve our patients' pain through root canal therapy or tooth extraction so that they can resume their normal routines.
Wisdom Teeth pain
The eruption of wisdom teeth can cause severe pain, especially if it is causing damage to its surrounding teeth. With our high-quality dental fillings as well as high-efficient wisdom teeth removal, we can help ease the pain brought about by wisdom teeth.
Knocked-out teeth are one of the most traumatic dental problems that may occur due to an accident or an injury. Our team of dentists at Timberlands Dental Clinic is experienced in providing emergency care, and we will do our utmost to preserve your teeth.
Missing Crowns and Fillings
Fillings and crowns can loosen due to recurrent decay, a weak tooth, biting on hard food or teeth grinding. Timberlands Dental Clinic provides same-day restorative treatments, including crowns and fillings, so patients can have their teeth immediately restored and protected from further damage.
Having a dental abscess not only puts other teeth at risk but also one's overall health. Here at Timberland Dental Clinic, we prioritize emergency cases and provide treatments such as root canal therapy, tooth extraction and wisdom teeth removal to prevent a dental abscess from becoming a life-threatening condition.
Chipped or Broken Teeth
Chipped or broken teeth can result from biting on hard food, accidents, tooth decay, teeth grinding and bite problems. To protect chipped or broken teeth, we provide exceptional treatments, including dental fillings, veneers, crowns and root canal therapy.
Missing teeth affect not only one's appearance but their oral health and function. At Timberlands Dental Clinic, we provide dental bridges, dentures, and implants to complete our patients' smiles and restore their function.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Problems
There are a few things to consider when determining if your dental problem is urgent. If you have severe pain not alleviated by over-the-counter pain medication, you should see a dentist as soon as possible. This is especially true if the pain is accompanied by swelling. If you have a chipped or knocked-out tooth, you should seek dental care immediately. Once a tooth has been displaced from the socket, it is not easy to successfully put it back in place. Finally, if you have a persistent bad taste in your mouth or foul-smelling breath, these could be signs of infection.
If you have any of these symptoms, it is highly recommended that you visit your dentist immediately so they can properly diagnose and manage the problem.
Dental problems can range from cosmetic concerns to more serious health issues. While you may be tempted to try to address dental problems on your own, it’s important to see a dentist for proper diagnosis and treatment. Here are a few reasons why you should see a dentist for your dental problems.
- A dentist can properly diagnose your problem. Many dental problems have similar symptoms, so getting a professional opinion is important to ensure that you get the right treatment.
- Dental problems can cause pain and discomfort. By getting prompt treatment for dental problems, you can avoid having to go through excruciating pain.
- Dental problems can lead to other health problems if left untreated. For example, gum disease has been linked to heart disease, stroke, and other serious health conditions. So, it’s important to get treatment as soon as possible.
- Dental treatment can be expensive if you wait too long. The sooner you seek treatment, the less extensive and expensive it will likely be.
If you’re experiencing any dental problems, don’t hesitate to schedule an appointment with your dentist. Taking care of your teeth is important to maintaining your overall health.
Dental problems can arise from a number of different causes, but there are some simple steps that everyone can take to help prevent them.
- Brush your teeth twice a day and floss daily. This will remove plaque and bacteria that can cause tooth decay and gum disease.
- Visit your dentist every six months for a professional cleaning and checkup. This will help to catch any problems early before they become more serious.
- Eat a healthy diet. Too much sugar can lead to cavities, while crunchy fruits and vegetables help to clean your teeth and gums.
- Avoid using your teeth as tools. Opening packaging with your teeth can damage enamel, and biting your nails can lead to chips and cracks.
- If you play sport, wear a mouthguard to protect your teeth from impact.
Following these simple tips can help prevent dental problems and keep your smile looking great.
If left unmanaged, dental problems can lead to serious health complications. Tooth decay, for instance, can cause pain, inflammation, and an increased risk of infection. Gum disease can likewise lead to pain and swelling, as well as bleeding gums. In addition, if these dental problems progress, they can cause tooth loss and bone loss. Furthermore, research has shown a link between poor oral health and some chronic conditions, such as heart disease and stroke. For these reasons, it is important to see a dentist regularly and to take care of your teeth and gums.